With joyful song and sweet holiday spirit the Merry Music Makers cheered shoppers with seasonal melodies during a Dec. 10 concert at Northtown Mall....Read More
Pain in his head, chest or ankle would not keep Jordan Schmidt from honoring a commitment, even one he made unintentionally.
Bells were ringing in firemen’s ears Dec. 6, but there was no alarm....Read More
East Bethel City Council members listened to and ultimately agreed with firefighter Troy Lachinski at their Nov. 19 meeting as he explained the plan for the city to officially become a HEARTSafe community as a way to save lives....Read More
Last Thursday, Blaine City Council passed a resolution regarding the inequities in the District 11 community school recreation program, and asked that the $1.00 per capita tax levy for the District Community School program either be abolished or used to provide services for Blaine residents served b...Read More
You never know when Santa will appear....Read More
Delightful music, reception committee and hot house flowers. Over 1200 attended. Bank complimented on its magnificent and convenient interior. The State Bank’s new home was formally opened Saturday afternoon from three to six and from seven to nine....Read More
He died for his country, but racism delayed his burial until the President of the United States stepped in....Read More